A look at footballs, feet and painting.
6.30 Bob the Builder
Bob has to complete farmer Pickle's barn before a storm hits.
The toys play a dressing-up game.
Livewire meets Bikey, who keeps bicycle lights in working order.
The twins get caught up in the French Revolution.
Double bill. DW and Arthur insult each other. Then a key is found, but what will it open?
It's boys versus girls in today's challenge.
Gus and Verne are sucked into the underworld.
8.35 So Little Time
The girls get jobs as waitresses.
9.00 Jackie Chan Adventures
A freak accident in Section 13 gives Jade formidable powers.
How to create a 1970s glam-rock guitar.
9.50 Snailsbury Tales
A foreign dignitary pays a visit.
Fimbo wants a bath but there's no water. (AD)
10.20 Come Outside
Pippin chases a peacock butterfly.
Followed by CBeebies Birthdays
The clock behaves very strangely.
Animation based on Charles M Schulz 's Peanuts comic strip. While staying at summer camp, Charlie Brown and the gang get involved in various adventures including a perilous raft race. Review page 53.
Directors Bill Melendez and Phil Roman (1977. U)
Tradespeople's tips and Shortcuts.
Followed by The Witness
Business news, with Adrian Chiles and Adam Shaw.
Opening-day coverage of the Women's British Open golf championship at Sunningdale kicks off an afternoon of shared sporting action. Defending champion and world number one Annika Sorenstam of Sweden heads a 144-strong field for the tournament, which includes home-grown challengers Laura Davies , Catriona Matthew and Janice Moodie. Presented by Hazel Irvine , with commentary by Peter Allis , Beverly Lewis and Maureen Madill. [Web Address Removed]
Meanwhile, the Goodwood
Cup at 3.15 is the showpiece race on day three at Glorious
Goodwood, with other starts at
2.05,2.40 and 3.50. Presented by Clare Balding and Rishi Persad. Commentary by Jim McGrath with analysis from
Willie Carson and Ray Cochrane. Executive producer (golf) Paul Davies
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Charlie and Claire Mayne are finding their home in Costa Rica a bit of a tight squeeze. With the former's parents arriving in less than three weeks, the pressure is on to find a more spacious house. Their new property, however, comes complete with a few uncomfortably crawling guests - from the Central American insect world. See also 8pm.
In the last of four editions this week of Vernon Kay 's pop-culture quiz, Ed Byrne and Edith Bowman are on hand to help two teams of contestants. More on BBC3 at 7.30pm. Executive producer Mark Ford Shown last Friday on BBC3
1/8. Will the locals of the remote Cornish fishing village of Boscastle react to their new reverend - remarried divorcee
Christine Musser-in a similar way to those in the sitcom The Vicar ofDibley? Another chance to see this series from earlier in the year that follows the progress of the priest.
Director Charlie Forman ; Producer Nigel Farrell
6/11. Having resided in the Surrey town of Farnham all their lives, the Head family now want to make a fresh start stateside in sunny Florida. Relocators Jonathan Jay and Scott Huggins are at the ready to assist, but the American way of life proves expensive and their house back in Blighty fails to sell. Will the Heads have to think again?
Director Martin Bisiker ; Series producer Jeanine Josman
"I pay an awful lot of tax, without giving any more away to the needy," states Andrew Diaper , who, at just 32, earns a six-figure salary in his high-flying job in London's Square Mile, drives a Porsche, wears designer suits, eats in the best restaurants and enjoys four or five luxury holidays a year.
Helping those less fortunate than himself is certainly not a priority, but Diaper's lack of compassion is about to be put to the test. For one week only, he has agreed to eschew his champagne lifestyle to work as a charity volunteer in a hostel for the homeless, caring for some of London's most entrenched rough-sleepers. Will a taste of life on the other side of the tracks give him a different outlook?
1/8. Another chance to see the comedy sketch show highlighting the eccentricities of modern British society, featuring such characters as vacuous teen Vicky Pollard and the odd pairing of Lou and Andy. With Matt Lucas , David Walliams and Anthony Head. Narrated by Tom Baker.
Director Steve Bendelack ; Producer Myfanwy Moore (AD)
Presented by Gavin Esler.
Drama based on a true story. Tough, hard-drinking
Karen Silkwood works in a nuclear power plant in Oklahoma, and lives with boyfriend Drew and best friend Dolly. On discovering that she's received a massive dose of radiation, Karen decides to gather incriminating evidence about the plant's inadequate safety procedures. Review page 54.
Director Mike Nichols (1983, 15) 3726955S
Youth Season The third and final night of programmes dedicated to topics relevant to teenagers. Repeats are not indicated.
2.00 Alternative Takes: Teenagers Talk Back 3
Part 1. Relationships and friendships are explored through documentaries and drama.
Part 2. An inspiring and creative mixture of dance and music, from hip-hop and pop animation to ballet and street dance.